Little Man's Clinic

Like a cry for help and its echo from a chasm were statements of the two top U.S. defense officials last week. OPM's William Knudsen in Manhattan said that present defense output of $9 billions annually must be increased to at least $20 billions by next summer. OPACS' Leon Henderson in Washington gloomed, "Soon there will be 2,000,000 more unemployed."

U.S. industry's No. 1 defense problem is double: not enough defense production and too much idle capacity victimized by defense priorities. Said C.I.O., "Within the next few weeks the nation will be shocked at the amount of 'priority unemployed.' "...

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